About The GMSH Network





In Ontario, there are HIV prevention workers situated in AIDS service organizations whose mandate is to provide programs to assist gay and bisexual men to avoid the transmission of HIV and maintain their overall sexual health. They also work to improve the sexual and overall health of HIV-positive men. Some of these workers are funded by the City of Toronto, some by the Public Health Agency of Canada AIDS Community Action Plan and some by the AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

These workers come together as a network, establish common goals, and develop policies and resources to meet those goals. Outreach workers participate on GMSH committee’s, attend GMSH events (such as the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Summit), and are leaders in developing policies, resources, and strategic directions that will assist front-line sexual health services to better assist gay and bisexual men in the strengthening of our sexual health.

The GMSH is comprised mostly of gay men working in various aspects of our response. However, there are key allies in gay men’s sexual health who participate actively on the GMSH and there are a range of services implicated in the effort to assist gay and bisexual men in their sexual health. These include public health units, sexual health clinics, HIV outpatient clinics, and other health and social services. In this way, these other service providers can inform the work of the GMSH, assisting the GMSH in making its work relevant to them, and can benefit from the expertise developed through the GMSH in relation to sexual health services for gay and bisexual men.

 

The GMSH Network:

TORONTO
 
Head Office
Toll-free 1.800.743.8851 x226
Regional Offices
Toronto (Head Office)
P: 416.944.9481
Cochrane
P: 705.272.2522
Kingston
P: 613.549.7540
London
P: 519.434.1601
Ottawa
P: 613.237.3363
Sudbury
P: 705.764.9949
Thunder Bay
P: 807.625.8570
Wallaceburg
P: 519.627.0848
WESTERN REGION
P: 519.973.0222 or 1.800.265.4858
AIDS Support Chatham-Kent
P: 519.352.2121 or 1.800.265.4858
Chatham Needle Exchange Program
P: 519.352.2121 x25
EASTERN REGION
In Barrie
Toll-free: 1.800.372.2272

In Orillia
P: 705.325.4499
 
NORTHERN REGION
Toll-free: 1.800.465.2437

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